Wow! The calipers are on the wrong side of the car; they are upside down! The air will rise to the top of the caliper, and with the bleeder screw on the bottom, it will never be bled out. Your calipers are probably FULL of air.
I wouldn't drive it until that's corrected. When you drive it after this is fixed, make sure you don't hit your face on the steering wheel the first time you press the brakes!